Reagan Housing Policy
This paper evaluates federal housing policy during the Reagan Administration's, with an emphasis on funding for low-income housing: Reduction of the federal role and funding, struggle with Congress, incentives, homeless issues, free-market concept and
# 18271 | 3,150 words | 12 sources | 1990 |
Published on Mar 17, 2003 in Sociology (Welfare) , History (U.S. Post-Modern 1965-Present) , Political Science (Fiscal Policy (economy))
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From the Paper:"This research evaluates federal housing policy during the Reagan Administration's tenure in office, with an emphasis on funding for low-income housing. To a great extent, housing policy during this period was the policy of the Reagan Administration, as opposed to a policy reached through bargaining and compromise between the Administration and the Congress.
Upon entering office, President Reagan proposed a fundamental shift in federal housing policy, the ultimate intent of which was to eliminate a federal role in the supply of housing. As a consequence, he refused to approve any legislation which created new federal housing programs, or increased funding for existing federal housing programs. "
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